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MONDAY, M A R C H 3, 1IK.50. Tii.ii; JJAil^if COLOIIBR, CONI'EnLLSVTLLE, PA. PAGE SEVEN. Reduced Prices for Poultry and Egg? Forecast if Production Is Increased Prize Winner PAEIAMOUNT THEATRE Resides p r o d u c i n g moro t h a n $1.,000,000,000 vorth of p r o d u c t s yearly, i ho hon is just, about, the Kr«at««st conservationist wo have. Savlrvg the .crain scattered about the farm, u t i l - izing- weed seeds and Insects and other waste odds and ends, she not o n l y builds up for our tables and her own savory body, hut. produces in addition (ha.-, marvol of n u t r i t i o n , t h e OKK. or.f oS the most universal vinrt pleasing of food. 1 ;, a-nd d e l i v e r e d to tho c o n s u m e r in the original packajte. R u t t h e r e is another side to t h e p i c t u r e . F i i ( i d y cnnnot Itvo w h o l l y on f r e e l u n r h e ? - . ft veil on t h e f a r m . She m u s t lie ff-d f r o m the crib, the bin, ar.d [he sack, said S. A. Jones of the crop r e p o r t i n g board. Department of Asricultur*, in a recent radio broadcast. The n u m b e r of chickens in farm flocks of loss than 400 birds, was about five p-jr cent greater on J a n u - ary 1 t h i s year than last. according to a p r e l i m i n a r y check of r e t u r n s covering about 50,000 sample flocks. The n u m b e r of birds per flock increased iti f . l l sections except the Southeast, w here t h e r e was a small decrease. 1'ullotF make up U- per cent of the total laying .stock in the c h i c k e n (locks t i l l s ; oar against fiO per cunt hist. year. Two o u t s t a n d i n g tui '.s, there-fore, face us: an increase of about flvc per cent in n u m b e r of c h i c k e n s ovi r tho.se n year ago ami a h i g h e r proportion of p u l l e t s in the f l o c k s . It takes vt\ire than n hen to produce 'oS K - U t a k o s care and feed. These are. g i v e n m - t r e f r e e l y u n d e r t h e en- v.ouracreme-nt at Rood prices for p o u l try products. Present prices of corn, wheat, and eats are h i g h e r than Uu-t year, hut b a r l e y , bran u n d concentrates gene -ally are much lower. .Present i n d i i iilious are for f e i d p r i e s levels d u r i n g tiio .spring' not v e r y d-if- i'ereiu f r o m those for correnpomlin:; p e r i o d s l a s t vt-ar. A famous lu-.t has said t h a t tho t'gB is the f o u n d a t i o n of the art of COL-'K- jn;; -- for sub;. Lance, for richness, as u b i n d e r , f o r a l l o f o u r c u s t a r d s a n d p u d d i n g s . T.ie h e n s laid well d a r i n g .I'.l-ti, a v o r a g i u s ; about, three per vent. more eggs p i - r 'lien t h a n in l'J2. and almost, n i u k i r . g u p for the fewer n u m - b e r if h e n s l i s t year. H u t i n N o v o m - bf-r a n c ! December a n d i n J a n u a r y t h e lii I n g s per b i r d were f e w e r , possibly because of t ' ; i t greater p r o p o r t i o n of l a t e pu.llr.-ts i n the flocks t h i s year. J i t t e r l a y i n g s may be up to a v e r a g e . d e p e n d i n g c o n s i d e r a b l y u p o n r e l a t i v e prices oi egys aud feed. ·Storage h o l d i n g s of s h e l l eggs at t h o p o - i l i i n A u g u s t were low. about J ." [ier c e n t loss t h a n in 1928, and by J a n u a r y 1 tins yenr, f0 per cent less t h a n a year earlier. These l o w e r h o l d i n g s h a v - - been a f a v o r a b l e m a r I v f - t i n g f a c t o r t o producers d u r i n g thi-i 1'al! and w i n t e r . ['rice l e v e l i for eggs d u r i n g most of lO'iO w e r e h i g h , averaging from M a r c h to Oc-.ober a b o u t 15 per cent a b o v e t h e l i v e - y e a r average f o r t h o h r i r n e m o n t h * b u t f a l l i n g f i n a l l y t o t w o per c e n t below average t o w a r d UK- close of the .sear, w h e r e t h e y remain. A V i t h a b o u t f i v e p e r cent more birds, and w i t h tecM prices similar to last year, u p r o d u c t i o n of eggs slightly greattr t h a n in 1929 seems probabk 1 HUB year unless egg prices should d i s c o u r a g e p r o d u c e r s from s t r i v i n g for m a x i m u m p r o d u c t i o n of eggs. In t h e prol»ablo event of moderate prices ior eggs this s p r i n g the demand should be good. Most buyers ior storage) made money last ;t«ar. and w i t h prospects it improving business later in the year, eggs s h o u l d £o into storage in good v o l u m e . Consumption alec, especially d u r i n g t h e period of heavy laying and uoraialfy lower prices, should be .fully as guoij as last year. Our farm reports show 10 per cent more chickens raised In 192!' tha.ii t h e year before. W i t h eight per cent heavier m a r k e t i n g of dressed p o u l t r y cold storage h o l d i n g s have piled up so thar on J a n u a r y 1 this; year they wen; 2!) per c e n t greater t h a n a year earlier, aud \3 per cent abov« Hit- live-year aver.ig*. Farm p r t c ( s for c h i c k e n s were higher in 192 1 titan for corresponding m o u t h s in 1S2S up to September, but lower a f t e r September. Indiea- tioiiH aro thai chicken prices during t h e s p r i n g w i l l c o n t i n u e l o w e r than in !!IL'!). The 1'nll demand tor chickens can not be fort-scon. If business improves. d e m a n - 1 .should be fair, lluugh h a r d l y as good as In t h t j last yeui- or two. A c o m p l i c a t i n g f o a t u r e of t h e poultry s i t u a t i o n Is, t h e u n c e r t a i n t y c o n c e r u i n g production of turkeys t l i U year. T u r k e y p r o d u c t i o n declined t h r o u ^ n « long period owing to the heavy losses of yoirig birds, from half to three-fourths or even more of tin: poults o f t e n being lost. During recent years p r o d u c t i o n lias rapidly expanded in the west wh-ere the industry i.s favored by tho ' dry climate, open range, and, a b u n d a n t s u n l i g h t . Also d u r i n g later years improved methods have made it possible, to prev-eat tho heavy losses of young birds. The 1!»;!9 t u r k e y crop was estimated as nine per cent larger than the previous year. The p r o d u c t i o n of t u r k e y s seems l i k e l y to go more and more into the hands of spot ialistB who, by uiilug improved methods, will be able to compete w i t h chickens on a nfcore n e a r l y equal price basis. The chicken g r o w e r will l\ivc to keep turkeys; in mind. He has one c o m f o r t -- the f r e c k l e faced Mr key egg will offer no serious c o m p e t i t i o n to Biddy's p e a r l y p r o d u c t , or hi r b r o w n f a c e d u u e c i t h e r . A f t e r t h e l u s t w a r c r a s h a t \SH, n u m b e r s of c h i c k e n s increased f o r t h r e e years, t l . e n f e l l in 1D24, They i n c r e a s e d ilin-i- more years and fell in .!9L,'N. T u c y :ncT«usid in 19'^it, a n d ( h i - t e l i d f i i v y v i l l be to im.iv.-is^ l l i i y ;. i-a:'. H u t thrs* l u -rt-iisrs i n d e m a n d a n not enough !o absorb s u c h f j i o r i i K n i s i i u rea^f-j- i n p - o d i i ' - t i o n a n u c c u r r e u j u r 1 ' \ c ; i f . K ; i . ' i ;', pi'iiT.-. l i , i v - J i f c n miofi f o r a i - t ' - - r H K r c . l e i ; ' i i i H r e i;o« t n ' -ib"!i ,11 !.'»:' !··: ' I i : ' - ( S ; i t c creases p o u l t r y luttook " f i i r t h p r in- i * w i l l t e n d to r e d u c e pricp.s * * * to below the levels of recent years." Westraortiland County Debates Op«m March 18 G R E E N S D U R C . M a r c h 3 -- H. K. B r u m b a u g h , We: tmoreland county director of t h o Priiinylvania i« A oreiwlc League, luis wnrounccd tlw complete fiohedule of the debatcH, one of t h e many features conducted a n n u a l l y by the organization. The compeUt on w i l l he^in on .March 1S. (irnenfiburp negaiivcti w i l l debate the affirn alive team of fiast Kuntingion T o w n s h i p at GriMMisburg while- Greonsbur.-:'e affirtnatlve c l u l ) gx« to Alverton to meet tho negative speakers of Ea« H u n t i n g d o n Towns h i p High. On the game- evening that Green«- hut-g debaters mt t the- E^t H u n t i n g don team, in Section I, Uatrobe's affirmative w i l l moe: Mount PleaKant's negative at Moirit Pleasant and the Latrobe riepativi w i l l moot Mount Pleaeant's a f f i r m itivo. When the second n i g h t for debates ajrriv-ee, March : S, Eatt Huntingdon Township's affir n a t i v e debates will meet Latrobe's negative in East H u n t - ingilou Townehiji On the same n i g h t lAtrobe'ii altfrmative w i l l meet i h e East H u n t i n g d o n debaters in I-atrolw. Alr-io on March 28, Grecneburg's af- firinativ« de-bater will contest against Motint Pleasant in GreenBbnrg High School. The Ci ee-nsburg ii-ogajtive« w i l l go to M o u n t Pleasant on the same night. An April 4. Ea: t H u n t i n g d o n Town- ahip'^ a f f i r m a t i v e debaters w i l l journey to Mount. P l r a s a n t to debate w i t h t h e Mount P l e a s a n t ri^gativoH. a n d t h e nogutJves of IC.IK- Huntingilon w i l l meet w i t h Mount. Pleapant in the home Bchool. GreenKburg w i ; i tn«sl f.atrobe on A p r i l 4.- The G r o M i s b u r g n e g a t i v e w i l l «rx^»k at ho:rie. «nd the .affirmative* w i l l visit th-! school of their opponents In Section II, .reanno-tte w i l l meet Mon«is?n on Ma-ch IS. The .lean- r.ette nogtitlven iv ill donate- at homo, and the afflrmati ,-es w i l l go to Mon- eseen. Also, on March IS, N o r w i n rivbatere will contest a g a i n s t W«t Newton. Tho Norwin nogafives w i l l romaln at homo, and th; af ?rmativ«s w i l l j o u r - ney to t h e o p p o e - n g school. Jeannette. vs. Norwin and Wei^t Newton vs. Mon- «sen w i l l be t h e schedule for Mar 'h -S, in Section II. J«innetto's a f f i r m itlve:? w i l l rtobaU- at home, as w i l l the West Newton a f f i r - matives. On April 4. Je mnette will meet W«?t Newton, ami Moneewn w i l l moot .Norwin. Jeannet:o and Monesti«n af- f i r m a t i v e debater.' w i l l Bpe-alc in their home schools. Tho final content for the winners in S-t-ction I on^ v ill be bekl on April '.. Thin w i l l a.1', o bo the schodulo for Seciion II. On A p r i l 15. tl e w i n n i n g elu16 of the t w v fioctioi) will debate for county laurels. MILITARY GENTLEMEN PREFER BRUNEHS j STATE COLLEGE, iMarch :}--Tho ; accoptett theory r- ilutivo to blond-es : and the-ir attractlt-n for gentlemen re- ; ceivel a setback ; t th» Pennsylvania State College wh m tfie student of- i fleers of the R. 0 T. 0. elected their i co-ol bonorory co-oneln. j\ll three of j the- women «tuU nta frl«ct-ed to the i staff of the P-enn Staito regiment are brunette lassies w i t h brown eyos and dark hair. Tho trio, Misn Tlelon K««por« of Green-castle, MIBB A n n e K. Holtc of ' H a r r i f i b u r g , and Vlias A n n e K. Gil: louly of .lohnsoubnrg, wore presented !«.t th« a n n u a l inilliary ball. Tho regi- | ruent w i l l later s e t h e honorary of| flcera at all of Jt-i f o r m a l f u n c L l o n p , j t h e co-edfi in l.he-r special u n i f o r m s j taking places M'1t h the commandin;; officers. At all n views Ui«y w i l l bo in the reviowiug s and. Thfi election of honorary officers, ,b{ll this year fo the IlrHt t i m e at i I'enn H(ta*, IB exfected t-f) become a traditional event a th« college. Half Million Worth Planes at Aircraft Show, Pittsburg P i T T S B U l U i . .Marc.'i -I. A.ppro\'i- mati-'ly $500,UUO wnvth of a i r n l a n e H and accessorien w i l l ho displayed at tho ,*e;ond a n n u a l a i r c r a f t , t h o w to 'he held in tli-e M o t o r Square C a r d e n licre the. \ve-ek of M a r c h (i. a c c o r d i n g to an aiinounc-C'tnciH m a d e by the Aero C l u b of P U U h u r g . At loam 150 mmlorn p l a n e s and a re-pr-sentativo list of g l l d « r s w i l l lx e x h i b i t e d . Hay K r l n u u , show director, said. Kpe-cial a m p l i f i c a t i o n e q u i p m e n t has be-tn !u£tailed for l:iroa.dcust!ng tho sp-oerhCM of celebrities and tlie orcli- C K t r i L a n d radio niuslc w h i c h w i l l feat u r e ihe-programs each afternoon a n d e v e n i n g . Ruffsdale RCFKSDALE, Morch -3 M r s . Ida Hem ry of Oreensliurj? spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bair. Mr. anri Mrs. K e v i n Fry and Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Caldwell of Republic were culling on Mr. aud Mrs. ,l*j»o Husband Thuriidny. Rev. Clarence Boall of Morgantown, W. Va., was a caller here last. week. C. Albright of Derry was a busineeK calle:- here Thursday. M'M. H. B. Colfi spent a few days with her sister, Mrs. .lease Marker at M a n o r . Mr. and Mrv. George She-pier of \ V i l k i n s b u r R u p e n t Sunday with Mr. and Airs. William Hlxwon. M r - i . I ' a u I Gflfikin am! daughter, K a t i t of Derry spent Saturday with the f a r m e r ' s father, J. O. Baker. Mr and Alrii. Lawrence A l b r i g h t and daughter of Youngst-own, Ohio, were v i s i t i n p the latier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ja.cob Jlah-.l r e c e n t l y . Mr.i. .(. il. S m i t h who ha« bo-oii ill th-e past few wockn i;i Improving. Homes! Evoryiay you will find homes an5 Come slte» advortie«d In our elassi- tted columne--read them over, 15-Year^Old Youth with Heart on Right Side Summit SUMMIT, Marc'i 3--Mrs. H. D. Barnhart, Mrs. C. P. Upton, Mrs. E. Hager. Mrs. Ci. S m i t h , Mrs. M. Kgnol, Mrs. P. Bgriot, TAia. 3. H. Barnhart, Mrs. E. Hees, and Mrs. G. Clark were among the Dollar Day shoppers In C'onn'?llsv11!o on T-iur*c;ey. Mr. and Mrs. KHKCTH- W l n t e r h a l t o r of U i i i o n t o w n , Te:(ly K e l l y of bam- Iwrt, Mrs. Wade H neel and son. heon of near Leisenring were the ffue«ts of Mr. and Mits. Jaci-b HarforU of this place. Mrs William Mot rie and fion, G l e n n , of near K i m Grove Mrs. William McDowell of this ]la e were among the t'oiiiwtllsvilte shopi «rs on Friday. Mrs. Commodore Kike was vidftiiiK at Brier IH11. Kev. W. K i n g o: P-crcy was the KUt«t of Mr. and S rs. J o h n l i a r n h a r t for d i n n e r F r W u y i v e n i i i K . They ln-t«r a t t e n J e d tiie c o t t a .e pruy-er nutting hck! at i h e home of Mr. and M r s . (,'oin- M \ ? M e l ' l H M a r iril \vis n r n o n c : t i H . ) s i - vn-lm a t l i ' i K l e d t ' l n fan'tt 1 *-!! p a r l y lu'Ki for t l l * M i ' i M ' I I "!^ ; fl! hi,^ home on K-lrU-v i - v r n i n j : . ( e n n l f f i S . l i i i r f l n y {,! I n ( h - - *oM»- i' t h r depart- IVt.ronl)t«v thoee rho John Stanley Gray of Oxon Hill. Maryland, recovering from an appendicitis operation which revealed to doctors several a s t o u n d - Ing faets regarding the anatomy of the -: 5-year-olri youth. In the first plat 1 '- the doctors n t P r o v i d e n c e Hofiiiltil o b s e r i i c l t h a t llie Append i x , viras on the T e f ; side instead of ths -'iT'it. Not only wa: (Jus organ en Ihe rticjVi" Kide but albo was tiU iea.ri_ wh.'r'n wai «n tlia riahL. [Ml [S] TODAY--TOMORROW--WEDNESDAY WARNER BRO5. m nn ^-- H a z e l M a y s u f f e r e d f r o m c o n s t i p a - t i o n . " says Mrs. M. H o p k i n s , 'iDiiO Ruakin Lano, P h i l a d e l p h i a . "She was sallow and b i l i o u s ; d i d n ' t have- any appetite; couldn't, digest her food.. "California Fig Syrup hna changed a l l that. It. regulated her bo'?/cls q u i c k l y ; improved h e r appetite and | digestion. She has improved right a l o n g until frtomls say she's a regular priz;--winner for health." Mothers by thousands pratee Calif o r n i a Fig Syrup. Physicians end-orse [ it. Its rich, f r u i t y flavor appoalu to c h i l d r e n ; its p u r e vegetable goodi;ess i.s safe for any c h i l d . The prompt relief it bringu bilious, headachy, constipated children lasts; because it helps tone and strengthen bowela and stomach. Nem t i m e bad b r e a t h , coated t o n p u o or feverlshncsH w ^ r n o-£ con- stiptitlcni, try it. w i t h your cliild and .seo bow it helps! W h e n buying, look for the* name C'alifornia! That mar its the genuine, f a m o u s for 50 yoars.--Advertisement. IS fil KtMyn* Clalr* Ruth CM Herd Wm. Colllvr, Jr» Batty CiwiyMU Hvtal* CookHn O«l«r»* C»»t«tl* M»lMt C»»telh» Wn. f onrt»R»y' V I * I* n»*m ^ I I « V P a y ,Mjirc*llM Otf S a l l y K l l i r t w {¥1 Winnie Llfhtmf ··strie* L1IIU Mr ram t o y M i c k L a · · * Ttrily Manbull ^blrlvy Maiao Otto M i t l e i « n Cflrinol Meyer Petey Rath MUfor Boll Montana 1. a a M o r n i Chester Harris Jack M n l h a J I Edna M u r p h y Ptato McCUIcutti Marion (Wheefer O«fciwin M o l l y O ' D n ; ' S a l l y O ' N e i l l ' «itn* OlmttMKl K a l l a 'Ft* tin C««ngi«on Anders Randolph E. J. Rateliffe 111 fl-T I n - T i n B e r t R o a c h l d _ S II ire rt J .» ," F r a » k r » y , LenU* Fazeoda faotln* Aaren A l b e r t G r a n AJr»«miJir Grey U*yd. HanrtUea H a r r i e t Laki» L u p i n e , La it* * * » · F r a n c e * Lee Grant Wither* V..I.I. a L e e Lonttta Yevng T e d L e w i * Adantao Vaujbn AlbtrU Vfagtm L9la Vend rill H. B. Warnor. A l l c o W h i t ! t a l t W i l t o n II IB E d E E S w [·J [51 [B] S 111 B a n T u r p t n in [SI I"! (¥] W Amos and Anc iy--7 O'clock. , Jb TECifffliCpLOJJ Admission, Matinee lOc 35c; Night 15c 50c {Bj B [·1 [·] W ALL TALKING COMEDY AND ALL TALKING NEWS REEL Time of Shows--1, 3:30; Features 7--Last Show 9 O'clock. '·dr^JUPd**?**! Thursday, Friday, Saturday--Monte Blue, Davy Lee and Betty Compson in "SKIN DEEP" 1*1 [HI tha Theatres The Paramou it Hecord-brcaking crowds ; re grant- i n g the claims made 'by Wai tier Brwi. for "Show of Khowt-," the fU ner-reviie in technicolor on -flew at he. Paramount Theatre, it it. conco e*.l to bo the moat s p e c t a c u l a r ncree. offering to dote. Scorn*; upon scores of in ernation- ally famous BUire-; of titage a id ecre-en tako p a r t , in "Show of Sh 'W«" and t h e r e IK i H i i p p o r t i n g CflHt of ove-r half a thousand. A do/.e:i «lanci ^ uggre- Katio!i« KIVO- variety to (he g l i t t e r i n g K-ef|iienc!6 anioiiK thoin h -ing tho a m a z i n g work of Te-,1 Willi; me' fani- ouri icrobntic Alafiio Dane re. One hundred and f i f t y in-gro en ertatners take purl in t h e Kraiul liuak AinonR the most delight! 1 of the numbers is th Military I'; rndo, in w h i c h M o n t r 1 B l u - ncis as l r im major to t h r e e h u n d r e d H o ' I y wood be-auties. Ot.hore In the- .ra.st are Join B.irry- more, Doloros Co-itolio I r e n e liordoni, Winnie l ^ i s l i t u o r O«irRt« C rpe-ntior, N i c k Lucatt, N o a h fiiM-ry, 1 : ill Mon- Ujia, G r a n t Withers. J)ou«' is Fairbanks. .Jr., Betty Cornn^on, I', tsy Kuth M i l l e r , Alyrria Ixiy, A t i c ; \Vh t n , H. B. W a r n o r , IxiuiH W i l s o n , !,unir i I\i»on- d:i aiKl Tc-tl l.rf?wifi. J o h n .- d o l f i l i - rocteil "Show of Shows." S ag-n and dunce p res-Mil a i ions Bre by J arry lle- balhi^ awl Jaclc Maskoll. T ie e n t i r e p r o d u c t i o n was supervised 1 / Darryl friuiciia K a t i u c U . One of thn nuxt uproarioi B of the m a n y g l H t f H n i ; s-iequencert i i "Mexican Moonshine," i hit. of c.l vcr tomfoolery in w h i c h M o n t o HI IP, ' I.-CHJ Moran, K a l l a I'awha, T u l l y l a r s h a l l , AllMM't G r a n a n d Frank Foy are featured. The prosram also includ-es Amos n' Andy, a Vitaphone act, all talking sorial and talking news reel. Thursday, Friday and Saturday Monte Blue and Betty Compeon w i l l be featured in "Skin Deep." ^ TODAY-TOMORROW--WEDNESDAY The Orpheum STRAND THEAFRE "Dunliar, I'n., I'rcse it , Tonite · Tomorraw Her first TALKING picture!^ ^ Tho moat popular starring team in tho history of motion pictures ifi brought togetlver for tho flrat time in "Taming of the. Shrew" winch opcnel at the O r p h e u m Theatre this afternoon. , Mary Piekford and Douglas Pair- iMinke! "America'e Sweetheart" and "Dynamic Doug" in William Shnke- ftpeare's plorious comedy! Audi-ences everywhere who have seen t.hia Saui Taylor production are heaping pruiacs upon it as being o, jewel of film en- t-ertainment. "Taming of the Shrew" was moant for laughs and Director Sam Taylor has succeeded in deftly bringing out every iota of comedy which wimo from I ho pen of Shakespeare. If, is a Htory chock-full of humor, color and d e l i g h t f u l satire. Laid in the fifteenth century it sparkles with twentieth cventtiry laughs. In t h n role of Katherin-e, Man' Pickford goes beyond the heights, «ho ranched in the never to be forgotten "Coquette." And the agile DOUR Iose« not one bit of hie customary bustling, s w a g g e r i n g self in his i n t e r p r e t a t i o n of th-e gay Potruchio. The'fitory concerns the problem .of the father, Baptist, in marrying h i a two d a u g h t e r s , {Catherine and Biinca. The younger, Bianca, a sweet, charming-, b e a u t i f u l maid, is so desirable that suitors arc legion. It w Kath- erlue, however, who brings grief to Baptista. Thn eider daughter m a H h r e w , a scolding, vexatious w o m a n whose hoauty is overshadowed by i n - t o l e r a u l e o u t h u r s t a of temper and jealous rase. So violent is she that b-er reputation ii5 country-wide, ami the s t r o n g m a s c u l i n e eoula who approach because of an a t t r a c t i v e dowry q u i c k l y w i t h d r a w . Out Bajitista n t u h - h o r n l y lecr«efi t h a t no suitor of R l a n c a ' H w i l l b e considered u n t i l K a t h e r i n o IH n a f e l y wedded. A movietone a c t , t n l k i n s comedy and sound t i e w n reel are also hoiiiK shown. T h u r f i d a y , K r i d n y » n l S a i u r l n y ('live Brook w i l l he i V ; u u n \ l in i h o " H e t u r n i ALL-TALKIN3. ALL-LAUGH I NO COMEDY / SMASH/ ' ~ --y ' ^^*»»"' *^ ^···V ^W r///r/ Oouglw* lk$ in an adaptation of Shakespearels ^-m~ r ~-r~"_ ^ tgi theShreiv'i Adapted and directed bv ^ Adapted and directed bv SAM TAYLOR! Also A I l - T a l k i n f r Comedy, Movictoiio Act aud Sound Kewi?. The Strand 3H ,;^ t^'-»w -*· ' ff S,, RIOT/ The i]|(«'l?lo, for 'Some liin« n»ftar|pl in t h e d a m e clatw -t.s measles, saxophones, door-boll r i n ^ e t v a n l liook s a l e s m e n , lia.s r t i m b c ' l b u c k s i f r a i n i i p n i i It-.- i l l p n l i y . S I ' I X X ! l - X i l l i - t l ' I I I U c l l I I-.'' IP!'" tHIH'C il than any other. I Cliff (Ukolti t k e ]-:ilwnrls, w h o ! ina-do the u'ko fenious, ;i !--o intrtnlucc-d ; it in l a l k i e n uil may 10 :-;t(.-n and ; lu-aril p l a y i n g It in "M;.riaiine." Mi^n .Marion I'Juvis' first to k i n g p i c l m - i " w h i c h O|H'ii« io))i;;ln : !. I h e S i r u n d | T h e a t r e - , a t U i i n b a i ' . Several t u n o f u l ^ o n t - , s u j - i - i n I K - - · come hi',;-, : r i v i n i « - r p d i ! c d I n !lii-- r o i n a n t i c c o i n i ' i l y of !«· i. "-fir d : t \ : - in l''nmci'. .Mist- l ) a \ i « i j ? i i i ; ' i i i i u i " i l t h e m :in«l .-iuinc arc M i n i by I.a H i'« ai-c d r a y , h e r I v i w l l n n m a i T n i , - i n : i - . d e n t a l l y i n a r k ^ ( I n i y ' s - i i i i ' i n ^ h - l i u t .!!! 111'! H C t e t ' l l . T h o u g h C i f n y luti- I)' - i i a 5 ' U j , i i ! ; u - li:-aiinK man !'·);· S ' / v i ' i ' i s i :-i-.u;.ii.-,-;. : » v - dircclor^-' ]\IK."A- oi' i'.is - ni:.;ii)i; ; i i r i l i l y u n t i l h c i-v'i n s in a b o m - t i i i c r i ' o r n u i n i . r 1 in l-inlly.voi;'!. 'I If n t ! oy i i i . - ' : . 1 10 s i u n l i i m f i n ' i i i i - i i 1 . p r i v j - r t ; n : i . i ; , n i r r : /.. l.-:on!it'i!. d i r e c t o r n " M ; i r t ; ' , ! n i » . " l i f i l l ^ l I in v l u c k y o n e . The " M a r i « n D « " c a i - t *· a n u n f t t i s u - alli' Rubin, form-or vaudeville, headlincr; Robert Edesou, (.ieorg:fc Baxter, Emil C h a u t a r d and Scott Kolk. Smithton S M I T H T O N , M a r c h 3 -- S a u l Smith wac. o I M i l K b i n - K c a l l e r Thur.stJay. M r , H I I | M r s . I l . ° r m : : i i I t a i t l i t - l w^ro \\'«'.-:t. N e w t o n vi-sit oo- Tinnvi'.ay. V . 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